Student Mentor

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Nick Name: Mariel
Canadian School: University of Victoria
Program: Diploma in Business Administration
Language: English/Tagalog
Location in Canada: Richardson Victoria, BC
Current Job: Amazon Staff
Years of Experience: 10 years

About Mariel:

Mariel, arrived in Victoria on December 19, 2022, for Winter intake at the University of Victoria taking DBA Program.

He has no relatives and no idea what is waiting for him, but with the help of the SLE team, they made sure that he will never walk alone, they provide all the information he needs from school registration until his arrival in Canada.

Mariel is grateful that there are many people who help and welcome him in Canada and he also wants to return by helping others.


  • Computer skills for hardware and Software
  • Professional Photographer and Videographer
  • Leadership and mentoring skills
  • Customer service skills
  • Technical Skills


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